Humor: Manhunt underway for roommate who used effing oven in this heat
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Humor: Manhunt underway for roommate who used effing oven in this heat

Tension rises as apartment reaches a sweltering 87 degrees Residents of West Village were startled today as they witnessed 22-year-old Rachel Weissman Cordon, of apartment 21B, search for…

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Guest: The two different worlds of transfer students and four-year students
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Guest: The two different worlds of transfer students and four-year students

The academic paths of students may differ, but the need to intermingle remains “What year are you?” is undeniably a common question asked by students at UC Davis.…

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Humor: School out for two weeks and I already forgot how to spell resteront
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Humor: School out for two weeks and I already forgot how to spell resteront

Temporary knowledge learned for exams has left me unable to spell basic words, remember Founding Fathers Summer has barely started for we quarter system schmucks, and my scholarly…

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Guest: International students need a bridge to mental health counseling
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Guest: International students need a bridge to mental health counseling

The university must make counseling services more visible to international students Studying abroad is an exciting experience, but it can also be a stressful one, especially for international…

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Humor: Student imagines a wonderful summer of travel and friendship fully knowing that nothing will happen
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Humor: Student imagines a wonderful summer of travel and friendship fully knowing that nothing will happen

Expectations versus reality Summer is a wonderful escape from the stresses of school. After finals week, essays and other super relatable things that you’ll appreciate and find funny,…

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Guest: Withdrawing from the Paris Agreement endangers Californians and other nations
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Guest: Withdrawing from the Paris Agreement endangers Californians and other nations

The fight against climate change now falls on state legislators On June 1, President Donald Trump made the wrong decision for our health and the planet by pulling…

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2016-17 Goodbye Editorial
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2016-17 Goodbye Editorial

The Editorial Board bids farewell Scott Dresser, Editor-in-Chief By Eli Flesch Let’s talk about Scott Dresser. But let’s keep it brief. We don’t want this to go to…

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Humor: Student goes to college, realizes he’s been living in a bubble his whole life
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Humor: Student goes to college, realizes he’s been living in a bubble his whole life

Yes, an actual bubble Jonathan Byers, a first-year plant biology major, recently realized that he’s been living in a bubble his entire life. It took coming to college…

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Letter from the Editor — The end
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Letter from the Editor — The end

In high school, I wrote an analysis of the future of journalism as part of my senior project: “Although the landscape is morphing, journalism is as healthy and…

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Asexuality: Questioning the age-old playbook on romance, intimacy, love, sex
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Asexuality: Questioning the age-old playbook on romance, intimacy, love, sex

Davis asexuals discuss experiences of being overlooked members of the LGBTQIA community When Claire Rapp was in high school, she began to notice a difference between her and…

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Yesterday’s tomorrow: Why nostalgia culture holds us back
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Yesterday’s tomorrow: Why nostalgia culture holds us back

Modern science fiction looks to the past instead of the future Science fiction, by definition, is a genre about the future. It’s about places we haven’t discovered and…

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Humor: NASA discovers 7 UC Davis students containing signs of life
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Humor: NASA discovers 7 UC Davis students containing signs of life

Spring Quarter all but wipes out the spirit of the student body As the end of the quarter nears, signs of life within the student body are getting…

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Hard lessons from Aggie opinion
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Hard lessons from Aggie opinion

Opinion Editor Eli Flesch on four life-changing years of college journalism It took me a long time to figure out exactly what Joan Didion meant in Slouching Towards…

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Revolution of Responsibility: Youth leadership and agricultural advocacy
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Revolution of Responsibility: Youth leadership and agricultural advocacy

The future of agriculture is in arts and humanities A recent KQED Radio forum on the topic of the graying, demographically homogenous agricultural industry discusses possible ways to…

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Double Take: Chocolate chip or oatmeal raisin?
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Double Take: Chocolate chip or oatmeal raisin?

CHOCOLATE CHIP — Noah Pflueger-Peters I think Eli is a good guy, but I never knew he could be so wrong about cookies. Allow me to right his…

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